Boston Celtics

James Young admits he thought it would take a few more years to reach the NBA, but the No. 17 pick is ready to make the most of his "dream come true."
Celtics great Larry Bird is the latest to take on the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS awareness.
Center Greg Monroe reportedly signing a qualifying offer in Detroit creates hope that next summer, Boston will at least be on his short list of teams to consider.

Team talk

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    It's certainly not ideal, but the Celtics will have to play the rest of the season without their star point guard, Rajon Rondo. So, what's next? Certainly not an obituary, according to Doc Rivers.
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    Mike, Tommy, and Scal try to make sense of it all, but one thing is clear: the Celtics guards are going to have to step it up in his absence.
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    Paul Pierce takes pride in being able to give the Boston Celtics whatever they need. That mentality takes on even greater significance now that Rajon Rondo is out for the season with a torn right ACL injury.
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    Ray Allen was back in the TD Garden on Sunday, but not wearing Celtics colors. He talked about his feelings on the game, and getting booed by his former fans.
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    Prior to the start of the Celtics-Heat game, A. Sherrod Blakely previewed the keys to watch for. Now, he's back with how they all played out.
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    Prior to the start of the regular season, Rajon Rondo made a checklist of things he wanted to improve upon. Jess Camerato takes a look back at that checklist now that Rondo's season has prematurely ended.
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    It's not just Rajon Rondo and the Boston Celtics who are hurt by the news of his ACL tear. Fans across the league, and even players on opposite teams like the Heat are sad to hear it. Players from the C's and Heat react.

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